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Fire board incumbents cite accomplishments

El Dorado Hills Fire Board incumbents John Hidahl and Jim Hartley are running for reelection on a track record of budget balancing, fire house building and prudent fiscal policy making that they say have created one of the top emergency response agencies in the state. Hidahl brings 28 years of board service stretching back to […]

EDH fire service doesn’t need ‘radical’ change

EDITOR: I’m writing to express my anger and frustration with recent statements made by two candidates for the El Dorado Hills Fire Board. According to your article, Craig and Sherry Petersen are proposing significant changes to the delivery of emergency medical services within our district. There are so many errors and inaccurate statements that I […]

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Firefighters take over El Dorado Hills neighborhood

Firefighters descended on the Lake Hills community in El Dorado Hills Saturday as 18 agencies — law enforcement, fire districts and animal control — held a massive training exercise, fighting an imaginary fire and evacuating residents from more than 250 homes. El Dorado Fire Engineer Matt Belleci spent the past year planning the exercise that […]

June 13, 2012 | Posted in Feature Photos | Tagged ,

Latrobe/EDH fire agreement is a done deal

The El Dorado Hills Fire District will share initial dispatch responsibility for an estimated 60 emergency calls in Latrobe each year with the Latrobe Fire Protection District under the terms of a agrrement that both district boards approved last week. The annual cost to Latrobe is $25,000. The agreement formalizes and strengthens a role that […]

February 22, 2012 | Posted in Featured Stories | Tagged ,

Directors OK fire fee increases

By Mike Bush Mother Lode News  To increase fire prevention fees or not by the Cameron Park Fire Department was the question asked last month during the Cameron Park Community Service District’s Board of Directors meeting. The answer was a unanimous 5-0 vote in favor of increases in 50 categories. The meeting was the second […]

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Fire board finalizes 2011-12 budget

Grand jury response, Folsom’s annexation plans also discussed The El Dorado Hills Fire Board adopted its nearly $15 million final budget for fiscal year 2011-12 at its Thursday meeting. The final budget includes several significant changes from the preliminary budget, including an additional $390,000 in property tax revenue — the result of actual tax revenues for 2010-11 […]

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Wildland-a-palooza: Firefighters battle pretend ridge fire

El Dorado Hills was ablaze June 25, at least in the imaginations of approximately 50 firefighters and volunteers from around the region brushing up on their brush fire battle tactics in a seven-plus hour training exercise dubbed “Wildland-a-palooza,” the third annual such event hosted by the El Dorado Hills Fire District. Neighbors east of Ridgeview […]

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